This PSA announcement like many others was a calm collection of footage from overseas. It calmed the public, it informed them that their loved ones were serving their country well. Many americans felt the war was going to end in our loss, but newsreels like this would brighten their days seeing how, american service men were trying their best. MLA Citation: “WW2 Newsreel ‘Pacific Front’ : United States. Navy : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming.” Internet Archive, The Library Shelf, archive.org/details/NPC-2665
Band of brothers is a acclamide novel written by historian stephen ambrose, it follows a platoon of paratroopers through their landings in normandy to their landings in holland, to there fight in the battle of the bulge to the invasion of germany where they slept in hitler's summer home, but more importantly it's about a group of men who would sacrifice everything for their brothers. They have went to hell and back, whether it be their training in boot camp where they lost men due to lack of respect, or on the battlefield where they lost men to bullets. MLA Citation: Ambrose, Stephen E. Band of Brothers. Simon & Schuster Ltd, 2017.
Saving Private Ryan is a movie about finding Ryan, a paratrooper during D-Day. If they do find Priv. Ryan, they can go home to their loved ones. Saving private ryan at its core is not a war movie it's a family movie, it's about getting home to your loved ones and how far it can take. MLA Citation: IMDb, IMDb.com
This photo depicts the doors opening on d-day. It depicts the last photo to ever be taken of young soldiers who never pulled the trigger, let alone get out of the boat. Many men jumped overboard to avoid bullets, only to be killed by drowning. MLA Citation: “Some Riveting Pictures from WW2.” Downfall: TARNOPOL: 4500 German Soldiers; 55 Survived,
The summary of this article was to state that D-Day Was Necessary to win the war, D-Day was the turning point of the war it was known as the day that began the allies victory over the nazi regime. D-day ended in the beaches of normandy, france. MLA Citation:“June 6, 1944.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 6 June 2004, www.nytimes.com/2004/06/06/opinion/june-6-1944.html.
The title says it all. After pearl harbor on december 7th, 1941, many young men felt obliged after this attack. Like german soldiers, they wanted to protect the fatherland. This article will live in infamy as the day many young men were shipping out to their death. MLA Citation: Frank L. Kluckhohnspecial To the New York Times. “WAR OPENED ON US; Congress Acts Quickly as President Meets Hitler Challenge A GRIM UNANIMITY Message Warns Nation Foes Aim to Enslave This Hemisphere AMERICA IS AT WAR WITH HITLER'S AXIS.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 12 Dec. 1941,